Vietnam Veteran

The plane carrying Col. Roy A. Knight Jr. landed at Dallas Love Field Airport, where his son had last waved goodbye to him.
The Army asked how serving the country affected military members. It received devastating stories in return.
Congresswoman Deb Haaland called the students' behavior a show of "blatant hate."
“It’s a victory for the guys who don’t care about veterans,” said one veterans advocate.
Senate candidate Roy Moore was reportedly among those officers targeted by their own men.
The senators assert that stalling on the new borrower defense rule “would be a monumental dereliction of the duty you have to protect students and taxpayers.”
One thing is clear: “Semper fidelis” has to do with love.
Five decades after the war, they're coming together in the country that shaped their young lives.
Trump continues to show an utter lack of self-awareness when talking about other people's service.
"More people have said, 'What can I do to help you?' in the last 14 hours of my life than they ever did in the first 19 years."
When Sgt. Frank Cybulski was injured in a mine explosion in 1970 while serving, he was whisked off to a hospital in Long
In 2010, I was honored by Vietnam Veterans in North Carolina when they chose me to accompany them to The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C.
I first became a soldier in a war zone on Veterans Day in 1970. My father, a World War II vet like all the other dads in our working-class, Philadelphia neighborhood, was helpless to save me.
As determined as Schweickert was, he had few clues to work with. The names engraved on the back of the watch read, “Frank